He, She and It is a series of animated Sesame Street segments featuring a boy, Heathcliff (whose shirt has the word "He" written on it), a girl, Sheila (whose shirt has the word "She" written on it), and an animal, called the It (who has the word "it" written on its fur). These segments focus on how a common object works, with Heathcliff and Sheila giving silly explanations before the It talks about how the object really works.
|Picture||Theme / EKA||Description|
|The IT knows all about tricycles.|
|Heathcliff thinks that faucets rain on the inside when turned on, while Sheila thinks that turning a faucet on causes ice to melt on the inside.
|The IT explains how the heart works.|
|The IT knows how a magnifying glass works.|
|The IT knows how a lightbulb works.|
|Heathcliff and Sheila both think a dragon is needed to make a scale work.|
|The IT knows how locks and keys work.|
|The IT knows a lot about how mirrors work.|
|The IT knows a lot about vacuum cleaners.|
|Heathcliff and Sheila attempt to play the harmonica, making sounds not typically made from harmonicas. The It then explains how a harmonica works, and teaches them how to play the harmonica.|
|The IT knows how a zipper works.|